Fund giants see future on Fondtorget – but despair over continued uncertainty

The delays in implementing Step 2 of Sweden's premium pension reform and the continued lack of clarity on the actual effect on the market is worrying some fund managers about future inclusion. Another conundrum is how a potential mass transfer of capital could impact savers.

Liza Jonson from Swedbank Robur; Christoffer Folkebo, Carneo; Per Håkan Börjesson, Spiltan; Per Elcar, East Capital Group | Photo: PR / Robur/Carneo/Spiltan/East Capital

The legal proposal stated by Sweden's parliament for how the second step of the premium pension reform will be done has yet to be approved by the country's cross-parliamentary pension sub-committee, Pensionsgruppen.

The recent turmoil of the green party leaving the coalition government in protest against the new budget meant that Pensionsgruppen has been decimated, and suggests the approval will take some more time.

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